on the Ground
Now and for the Future
About the Author
363 000 people were born
154 000 died
World population increased by 209 000
Annual world population increase:
views and publications by Anthony Young
was originally designed as an ongoing update of the book, Land
Resources: Now and for the Future (1998). The passage
of time has made this an impractical objective.
site now covers recent publications by Anthony Young, together
with comments and views on a variety of topics related to policy
on land resources.
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area still available for food production has been greatly
overestimated, and most of the remaining land is already
under necessary uses. There are currently 900 million undernourished
people, with recurrent famines. To prevent this situation
from deteriorating further will require a greatly increased
commitment by governments. But unless accompanied by measures
to reduce population growth, even such increased efforts
may not be enough."